Look at this crazy thing. Some super Nintendo fan has gone and turned this 65 inch TV into a giant Nintendo Switch. He goes by the name Suprman9. This Nintendo fanatic has created what he calls “Nerdvana”.
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These days, when you buy most TVs, you get some sort of smart TV functionality built in so you can stream content. But the vast majority of these streaming services require an additional subscription fee, adding to the cost of your broadband connection and the TV itself.
Last week we showed you LG’s latest TV that rolls up like a poster and now we have some video to share of the company giving a demo. At the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, LG showed off their 65-inch rollable OLED television, and folks were appropriately wowwed.
The 16:9 screen can be remotely rolled down and stored into its base, and now we see it can stop at different heights to display different aspect ratios like 21:9 and hide those black bars.
Smartphones are reaching their limits as far as acceptable size, but TVs keep pushing the boundaries. Display resolutions get higher, the sizes of our sets get bigger and they get sharper and thinner. There’s no end in site.
“Christmas is too commercial, man!” You’ve heard that phrase uttered every year, and yes, it’s true. Christmas has been commercialized and taken over by the man. So you know what? If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.
Back when I was a kid, a 27-inch TV was considered HUGE. Boy, have things changed. These days, anything less than 55 inches is considered a “small” TV screen. I’ve got a 70-inch display in my living room now, and that’s big enough for me, but for some people bigger is always better.
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to a 4K HDR display, there’s no better time than the present – especially now that Vizio has launched their new 2017 models. I’ve been a big fan of Vizio’s displays for years, and I have the first-generation P-Series 4K display in my living room.
Well, Gorram! It looks like Fox is open to bringing Firefly back to the small screen. If you are a fan of the franchise, you are probably super excited right now. Fox President of Entertainment David Madden said during a recent Rotten Tomatoes interview that the network is open to more Firefly.
There is a big caveat though; Joss Whedon has to be the showrunner.
Designer Simon Forgacs’ MONO Lamp is a colorful and modern lighting fixture that I think we can all agree looks pretty damn cool. The globe-shaped tabletop lamp was inspired by his childhood fascination with TV test patterns.
Many of us can understand this.
You can buy almost any TV these days and get great picture quality. What is lacking in the market is something that actually looks classy. The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 14 stands out with a great, artful design.
They pair an aluminum-framed widescreen display panel on top with oak wood layers below it to fill up the blank space, making it look more like a piece of furniture than a piece of home electronics, and that is what has largely been missing in the display market.
TV has officially gone to the dogs now that they have their own remote controls. Illyena Hirsky-Douglas, a researcher at in animal computer design at University of Central Lancashire, collaborated with pet food brand Wagg to create the world’s first television remote just for dogs.
Yes, this really exists. LG is now selling a television set that drives away mosquitoes with ultrasonic sound waves. Because I always like to leave every door and window open while I watch TV, letting mosquitoes inside.
In all seriousness, there is a legitimate reason for this TV’s existence.
Doctor Who fans will get to enjoy a new companion in the new season of the long running show. Jenna Coleman is out as Clara Oswald and the new companion is simply named “Bill,” played by actress Pearl Mackie.
Last month we checked out Dr. Moddnstine’s modern PC in a ’90s tower. It turns out that he found a 1978 General Electric CRT TV in the same heap as the tower, and he couldn’t let that go to waste either.